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  • The Color of Butterfly Wings - Framed - LDP-ART-DA-CBW
  • The Color of Butterfly Wings - Framed - LDP-ART-DA-CBW
  • The Color of Butterfly Wings - Framed - LDP-ART-DA-CBW
  • The Color of Butterfly Wings - Framed - LDP-ART-DA-CBW
  • The Color of Butterfly Wings - Framed - LDP-ART-DA-CBW
  • The Color of Butterfly Wings - Framed - LDP-ART-DA-CBW
  • The Color of Butterfly Wings - Framed - LDP-ART-DA-CBW
  • The Color of Butterfly Wings - Framed - LDP-ART-DA-CBW
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The Color of Butterfly Wings - Framed

Item #: LDP-ART-DA-CBW
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Price: $39.99
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    • A beautiful addition to any home!
    • Available in multiple sizes and frame types
    • Printed on matte paper
    • Professionally printed & framed
    • Frames measure 1" larger than art
    • Note: Glass not included
    Frame Option:
    • Black Frame
    • Dark Brown Frame
    • Light Brown Frame
    • White Frame
    • Unframed Rolled Print

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    Our framed LDS artwork brings a sense of beauty and spirituality to any home or office. This work features Christ and a child admiring the beauty of a butterfly.

    Featured frames measure 1" larger than art size:

    • 8x10 art comes in a 9x11 frame
    • 11x14 art comes in an 12x15 frame
    • 16x20 art comes in a 16x21 frame

    Each print is professionally mounted in a simple, modern frame. Choose from either durable matte paper or upgrade to matte canvas. UV Glossy Coating is an added layer of protection against scratches and nicks.

    Please note: Framed art does not come with glass.

    "When we have charity, we are willing to serve and help others when it is inconvenient and with no thought of recognition or reciprocation. We don't wait to be assigned to help, because it becomes our very nature. As we choose to be kind, caring, generous, patient, accepting, forgiving, inclusive, and selfless, we discover we are abounding in charity." Silvia H. Allred, October 2011